Robert Edgar Burns
Mona Who? - Poem by Robert Edgar Burns
Someday I will certainly paint you.
Mona Lisa will curtsey, then bow.
This masterpiece yet to be painted,
But I’m sure I will do it somehow.
You captured my heart and my soul love.
I live for you now every day.
Creating great art is my passion.
And my passion for you lights my way.
My skills aren’t as great as the masters.
For I am a novice it’s true.
But when the artwork is unveiled dear,
The real masterpiece still is you!
You are my one and only subject.
And nothing shall get in my way.
I’ll never be lost in my work love.
Where you are is where I’ll always stay! !
Mona Lisa might hang in a gallery.
A work of art, she is priceless it’s true.
But what hangs in the gallery of my heart,
I have labeled her as Mona YOU!
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